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Need IELTS to apply for university or for your future career? Make sure you
get the best help to get best score. Taking an IELTS preparation one to one
tutorial with OEES is your best step to success.
Students will learn various reading strategies user in the IELTS exam. They
will learn how to skim or gist read for main topics, and how to scan for specific
important information. Students will also learn how to sharpen their deduction
skills their common sense to complete reading activity.
Student will practise and improve their comprehension of nature spoken
English from different sores such as lectures, stories, and conversation.
Student will learn how to recognise the main idea of the topic, and extract the
important information or key words to answer the question through deduction
and common sense.
In task 1 student will learn how to interpret trends and comparative graphs
and charts, surveys of tasks. They also learn how to interpret diagrams or
progress by focusing on cycles, and processors. They will have an insight on
sentence and paragraph making, the relevant vocabulary and essays
structure in 20 minute.
In task 2, student will learn how to write argumentative and persuasive assai.
They will learn how to brainstorm idea, organise them and execute in a form
of assai similar to those presented in the IELTS exam.
Student will focus on the native vocabulary in three parts
In part 1 they will practice the short answer structure to complete the interview
and use appropriate vocabulary to express the experiences, opinions, and
In part 2 they will learn and practice how to plan and deliver a one to two
minute plan speech called (monologue). They will also learn how to use
presentation skills such as intonation, stress, and volume
In part 3 students will learn how to develop an argument by using reasons,
examples, conditions, advantages, and disadvantages
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